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Translation of "crevice" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

crevice

noun [C]     /ˈkrev.ɪs/
a small narrow crack or space, especially in the surface of rock (尤指岩石表面的)裂縫,裂隙 Caves, cracks and crevices
a deep line in an old person's face, or a deep fold in someone's body 深的皺紋,或身體上的皺痕 The harsh light revealed every crevice and wrinkle in his face. 他臉上每條深淺不一的皺紋在強光下都清晰可見。 Sweat poured out of every crevice of the fat man's body. 那個胖子身上的每一條褶皺都湧出了汗水。 The skin, and skin colour
Translations of “crevice”
in Arabic شَقّ…
in Korean 틈…
in Malaysian rekahan…
in French lézarde…
in Turkish (kaya) yarık, çatlak…
in Italian crepa, fessura…
in Russian расщелина…
in Polish szczelina…
in Vietnamese vết nứt trên tường hay núi đá…
in Spanish grieta, hendidura…
in Portuguese fissura, greta…
in Thai รอยแตก…
in German die Spalte…
in Catalan esquerda…
in Japanese 狭い割れ目…
in Indonesian celah…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指岩石表面的)裂缝,裂隙, 深的皱纹或身体上的皱痕…
(Definition of crevice from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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